Volume 1, Issue 10 (5-2005)                   CPAP 2005, 1(10): 35-42 | Back to browse issues page


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Roshan R, Sha'eeri M, Yaghoobi H. The Effect of Peer Consoler in Increasing Non-native Freshman Students' Mental Health, Adjustment, and Academic Achievement. CPAP. 2005; 1 (10) :35-42
URL: http://cpap.shahed.ac.ir/article-1-220-en.html

Abstract:   (9364 Views)

 The present study aimed to investigate the role of peer – consoler in freshman student's mental health and adjustment. To this aim, first, 15 senior students were trained. Then a control and an experimental group of female freshman students were formed. All subjects filled out general health questionnaire (GHQ) and Baro adjustment questionnaire before they got in touch with peer consolers. While the experimental group was supervised by the peer consoler, the control group had no peer consoler. After 9 months and after continuing trainings all subjects took the same tests again so as to determine the stability of peer counseling effect.

The results of mixed in – out group, and Anova showed that in most sub scales of general health and adjustment, there was a significant difference between experimental and control groups and this difference remained stable throughout 9 months of experiment
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